The son of Tory MP Stephen Crabb is lucky to be alive after an horrific three-car crash in France.
The former work and pensions secretary, who ran in the Conservative leadership campaign, told how his son, 15, had a miracle escape after the car was hit by a drink driver.
The teenager had been on holiday with his aunt and uncle following his GCSEs.
The son of Tory MP Stephen Crabb is lucky to be alive after an horrific three-car crash (pictured) in France
The MP for Preseli Pembrokeshire said the other driver was 'under influence of cocaine.'
The crash happened on Saturday night near Mondragon, north of Avignon and five people were taken to hospital - including one with serious injuries.
His son and other family members escaped with just cuts and bruises said Mr Crabb.
Mr Crabb said: 'It is a miracle that my son got out of this alive. He was enjoying a holiday post GCSEs with his auntie and uncle in France.